MELVILLE, NY--(Marketwired - Oct 7, 2015) - Millennium Healthcare, Inc. (
"Over the past several months, Millennium has executed several milestones focused on the growth of the Company into new service offerings and expanded leadership. The Company's goals include supporting its established distribution channels as well as introducing new sales partnerships. In addition to increasing sales of existing product offerings, the Company intends to research, develop and introduce new products, technologies and services to its customers. In line with these goals, Millennium will also continue its efforts to develop and enhance Health Information Exchange (HIE) systems that can electronically move clinical information among different healthcare information systems while maintaining the integrity of the information being exchanged.
"Additionally, the Company recently made a concerted effort to source and place new executive management to expand the Company's leadership and knowledge, resulting in the appointment of a new CEO and President over the past few months. While the Board of Directors' efforts to do so were in line with the forward progress of Millennium in the healthcare services and device industry, the new CEO and President ultimately were not aligned with the Board's goals for the Company. Effective at the end of September, the recently appointed CEO and President, Mr. Noel Mijares and Mr. David Bingaman, resigned from the Company.
"The Board remains comfortable with this change in management and is actively identifying a short list of candidates to fill these positions. We are confident we will identify new leadership who are better aligned with the goals of Millennium as we continue to expand our products, services and technology offerings. During the interim period, Chris Amandola will resume his role as interim President of the Company. We look forward to providing future updates on the Company's progress in the near future."
About Millennium Healthcare Inc. (www.millenniumhcs.com)
Millennium Healthcare Inc., through its wholly owned operating subsidiaries, provides hospitals, primary care physician practices, physician groups and healthcare facilities of all sizes with cutting-edge technology driven applications, systems and medical devices focused primarily on preventive care through early detection. The Company also provides advanced billing and coding services, and practice development and management services. For more information, please visit www.millenniumhcs.com.
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